A Pakistani businessman is in the process of building a 14-story cross in the heart of Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, after getting the idea from a dream in which God told him: “I want you to do something different.”
Diners at Waffle House in Prattville, Alabama were brought to tears last weekend after watching a little boy pray with a homeless man.
Six years ago, the nation was captivated by the story of a young teen named Rifqa Bary who was forced to flee her family home in Ohio after converting from Islam to Christianity. Even though she still can’t reveal her whereabouts, her new book chronicles her journey from a life of fear into that of a happy Christian college student who is now free to love the God who set her free.
After legislators in the state of Louisiana caved to outside pressure opposing a religious freedom bill, Governor Bobby Jindal issued a statement saying he intends to issue an executive order to enforce the intent of the bill.
The same man who ignored complaints about the atrocities perpetuated by “House of Horrors” abortionist Kermit Gosnell has been nominated by the state’s new governor to serve once again as Secretary of the Commonwealth.
A Malibu psychiatrist who lost his medical license last year for selling unproven treatments to patients has found a way to continue selling injections containing stem cells from aborted fetuses which are outside the reach of U.S. authorities.
Once again, the media’s haste to further their own agenda has caused them to misquote a comment made by Pope Francis during a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in which he supposedly referred to the president as “an angel of peace”.
A closer look at the Pew Research Center’s newest Religious Landscape Study which prompted headlines last week about the apparent demise of Christianity in America, reveals that it’s not quite as dire as it seems.
Mass media giant Viacom is looking to the Church to rescue its flagging sales by launching a new outdoor ad campaign in New York City that features the heads of characters from the Comedy Central show on images of Sacred Heart votive candles.
The press was quick to publicize the wrist-slapping given to the insurance industry by the government this week for not properly subsidizing contraception coverage, but no one reported on the pivotal role played in the dustup by Big Pharma giant, Bayer, the manufacturer of a birth control pill with life-threatening side effects that has resulted in more than 10,000 lawsuits against the company from injured women.